This is a Wal-Mart of drug paraphernalia and other hardware.
The modern grocer needs to stop blaming Wal-Mart and focus on improving the shopping experience.
Unless Wal-Mart takes fashion and puts it on a pedestal which shouts 'Come and look at me!', this endeavor will take a lot of energy without the payoff.
We're trying to get the message out that Wal-Mart has appealing apparel offerings. We want to be more contemporary, more relevant to our customer.
Wal-Mart requested we participate in the RFID program for two reasons. One is our size. We're a small company that has eighty-five percent (85%) of our business supplying Wal-Mart. Second is our performance. In the fourteen (14) years we've been a Wal-Mart supplier we've never missed a ship date. We also have the distinction of being a minority owned business and one of the first in the state of Alabama to RFID-enable their business processes.
The interesting question is not just Hillary Clinton's history at Wal-Mart, but why it's delicate for her to talk about Wal-Mart. Plenty of Democrats denounce Wal-Mart, but there are also plenty of people who need it, love it and rely on it.
Wal-Mart listens to consumers and will only alter its behavior if you alter your behavior. Customers are the ones who give Wal-Mart its power.
There's so much character and history in that than there ever would be in a Wal-Mart.
We don't want to destroy Wal-Mart. We want to change it, to make it a decent, humane company, which it could easily do. We're not going to rest or sleep one bit until that happens.
If Wal-Mart chose to do the right thing every day, they wouldn't need a super-secret public relations strategy.
Wal-Mart is facing a perfect storm of negativity. People are rallying around this movement. It's not just workers. It's rippling out and becoming a real debate about values.
Wal-Mart understands that they have a growing public relations disaster on their hands. American people are looking at a company with $10 billion in profit and $285 billion in sales that makes excuse after excuse about why it can't provide a living wage and health care to its workers.
Federal regulators need to heed Chairman Greenspan's warning and realize that a Wal-Mart bank would pose serious and grave threat to consumers, community banks and the economic health of this nation.
None of the changes address the key point that a 'Wal-Mart bank' would result in a dangerous concentration of economic power which is bad for consumers, small business, and our nation's economy.
Rather than address the serious issues of unaffordable health care, poverty wages, crime, and sprawl, Wal-Mart?s latest and greatest public relations stunt is to try to rebuild a fraction of the very communities and small business it has helped destroy.
(There are) no construction-related issues with the surrounding property owners and the super Wal-Mart development, so we think it's going fairly well.
Management distractions can have a tremendous effect on a company. The good news is that Wal-Mart took some action and they're putting more effort into their public relations.
On the West Coast, land availability takes a back seat to labor union issues and that's why Wal-Mart has consistently run into problems in California.
Wal-Mart ... regrets any inconvenience to our customers.
Women's health is a high priority for Wal-Mart, so clearly there are broader considerations, and we are giving this a lot of thought.
Women's health is a high priority issue for Wal-Mart, and we are currently giving this issue a lot of thought.
residents of a local labor market do indeed earn less following the opening of Wal-Mart stores.
There are a lot of people who hate Wal-Mart. In the absence of data, they have a visceral reaction.
You can't say based upon tonight's results that the City of Jefferson wants a Wal-Mart.
We're trying to prepare for Wal-Mart, ... We wanted someone interested in the store, not the stock price. We were intrigued with AWI (Associated Wholesalers), a true cooperative owned by its store-customers. We started buying off them in September-October of last year and the more business we did, the more we liked them.